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post #11371 of 13188 Old 12-17-2013, 06:57 PM
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Reopen Thursday Jan. 2nd @ 9AM
This is funny. 92.53% of the population won't be awake till at least noon. Then they will not be functional till at least 4 or 5 PM.
Happy Holidays Eric!!

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You can use any small electric hand sander but be careful on corners, ridges, etc. It only takes one stroke to sand through to bare metal.
If I want to use monstaliner on my jeep roof that in some areas is fiberglass filler, and in some areas down to bare metal, what should I do to make sure the product adheres properly?

Also, stupid question but Im gonna try anyway. I saw your promo your offering and that is an awesome offer that I will probably take advantage of either way.. but, instead of the quart of Chassis Saver, could I get an extra quart of black monstaliner?
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post #11373 of 13188 Old 12-17-2013, 11:21 PM Thread Starter
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If I want to use monstaliner on my jeep roof that in some areas is fiberglass filler, and in some areas down to bare metal, what should I do to make sure the product adheres properly?

Also, stupid question but Im gonna try anyway. I saw your promo your offering and that is an awesome offer that I will probably take advantage of either way.. but, instead of the quart of Chassis Saver, could I get an extra quart of black monstaliner?
Just prime all glass and bare metal with same primer. You could use CS on both just scuff bare metal very rough to leave sand scratches, 50 - 60 grit.

Alternate choice on primer would be Rustoleum spray can "automotive" primer available local for cheap

Sorry we don't sub ML quarts for free CS quart promo
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Reopen Thursday Jan. 2nd @ 9AM
This is funny. 92.53% of the population won't be awake till at least noon. Then they will not be functional till at least 4 or 5 PM.
Happy Holidays Eric!!
Jan 2 is day after New Years day, who gonna sleep till noon?

Thanks, same to you Cuder!
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who gonna sleep till noon?

Me and everyone else with the day off and still hungover.
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Just prime all glass and bare metal with same primer. You could use CS on both just scuff bare metal very rough to leave sand scratches, 50 - 60 grit.

Alternate choice on primer would be Rustoleum spray can "automotive" primer available local for cheap

Sorry we don't sub ML quarts for free CS quart promo
OK was worth a try. Thanks for the reply

I will sand the crap out of the roof and any fiberglass pieces and will prime them before applying the bedliner. I have some plastic interior pieces I plan on doing as well, should I prime them as well? They have fiberglass work done to parts of them.

I assume the primer should be scuffed up pretty good before applying the monstaliner to it. If I order tomorrow (19th) around 2PM EST can you get it shipped out before you go on Christmas vacation?

Edit- just reread your vacation notice post, sounds like it shoudnt be a problem getting it out before the weekend. That would be badass. Thanks
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Started prepping by scraping most the paint off the hood, and started the roof. Which led to me finding a few more rust spots...:


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Plastic is going to need adhesion promoter
Brands: Bulldog, 3M, Duplicolor... follow directions for whichever one you get

Chassis Saver should be scuffed before ML if it cures 24hrs +
Regular primers all differ. Follow direction on what you wind up using

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OK was worth a try. Thanks for the reply

I will sand the crap out of the roof and any fiberglass pieces and will prime them before applying the bedliner. I have some plastic interior pieces I plan on doing as well, should I prime them as well? They have fiberglass work done to parts of them.

I assume the primer should be scuffed up pretty good before applying the monstaliner to it. If I order tomorrow (19th) around 2PM EST can you get it shipped out before you go on Christmas vacation?

Edit- just reread your vacation notice post, sounds like it shoudnt be a problem getting it out before the weekend. That would be badass. Thanks
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Just coarse sand the rust spots to completely remove to bare metal and use the epoxy primer

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Started prepping by scraping most the paint off the hood, and started the roof. Which led to me finding a few more rust spots...:


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Does anyone with experience rolling an entire ZJ/truck have advice on where to start rolling the monsta for best ease of application?
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Does anyone with experience rolling an entire ZJ/truck have advice on where to start rolling the monsta for best ease of application?
I did front to back, starting from the upper part of the fenders.

I also had my hood removed though.

If I did it again I would do the roof first.

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Still planning on doing a holiday mostaliner sale?
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Still planning on doing a holiday mostaliner sale?
Chassis Saver 2 for 1 again. ML promo is ongoing. See link in my sig below
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post #11385 of 13188 Old 12-19-2013, 10:41 AM
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Oh sorry couldn't see the sig on the phone app.
Dang I was hoping the was going to be a mostaliner special as I already got the chassis saver special on black Friday.
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